SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (WLS) -- Happy Hour drink specials are one signature away from becoming a reality in Illinois.
Both the State House and Senate passed a bill Sunday that would allow restaurants and bars to host Happy Hour.
Right now, only all-day specials are allowed. Happy Hour specials were banned by state lawmakers in 1989.
The bill includes a couple of restrictions: Happy Hour can't last more than four hours and no "two-for-one" deals are allowed.
The bill is now waiting on Gov. Bruce Rauner's signature in Springfield.
Happy Hour drink specials bill awaiting Rauner's signature